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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, JANUARY ol, 1SS0.
WKlBBIE'S T a MATES.
TBEKK NIGHTS AND MATINEE.
COXMEFCISe maidit, FEB. lal.
Ths World-Henowned Artiste, It'LLB
Ia her Zagliih Comedy Representation.
MdHDAT-Cardou's Brilliant Cemedy
. :tmm ivoiu;it bill
TUESDAY EVENING aTAM 'SELLS
WEDNESDAY MSHT-HUM OB MBS.
w 8oa;s, D.ineea. Baajo Saluit and
PRETTY As A PIOIURB.
Ttsaradnr, Friday and Satardar,
'b. 4-0-9, oast BtUiM aaiarday,
' Hsmpal Favorite Comedian,
Supported by the but company travtling.
Thunder and Friday Night and Saturday
Matinee . ......UliMBUU.
Saturday Night Tbeevor walooma CHEEK.
Saloef seats Tuesday, February 2d.
Mammoth Dims Museum
HI Main St., Memphis.
W. E. CROSBY.-.. ..........Sola Proprietor
The Beat of OMcr at All Times
Coin uieaeing MONDAY, February 1st
First Appearance la the South of
THE AMERICAN SLFFLEUB.
,'.0 r . ;,.
Hia entertainment l unrivaled forChsste,
Banned, Pleasing Feature. (Formerly a
mar feature of Ilegue's British Opuratic
SECOND WEEK OF
THE HCJIAW RALLOVSI
Firat A ppearanoa of
FERNANDO OK CELLO,
The l.iihtr.i Crayon Landscajio Artist.
Tue Turcoman Beauty.
THE W-T.AT IS IT.
Tits HI 'NT PKELE.OX ATHLETE.
HME b. MBYKHS.
Thi Boarded Lady.
-The Cur .-is 'ATANESE J(Q"L12R.
Tho Fa i P 0 .VER-i TJANCIN i TWINS,
Bulk 1 1. m it Double Clog Dtneon
MH8 LV.i 1H0KRY and her Performing
Birds, u m:u a Thrilling Bird Drama.
IN THE THEATER.
The Eastern Specially Company.
New Aots, Faeei and Realistic Comedies.
One XSlxxxo To
I Door open 1 to o and 7 toll p.m. Saturdays
at 1U a.m.t with tw morning shown.
Commencing next Monday.
OnrGresi Fat Wosaen'atieaventloa.-
Local fat ladies wanted. Elegant prfasi
JEUBRIE'S Til EAT tit.
KEFIXED EXGLWtTcOMIC OPERA
AT POPl'LAB PKItE,.
Xnooursgod by the Fashionable Saecesa that
FORD ENGLISH OPERA CO.
Upon Its 8r.it visit tn"Memnhis, and its su
,perb rendition of MIKADO, the manage
ment has re-engaged' it for a series of Opera
as below, which will be ths list attraction in
the direction of COM 10 Opera this season,
Cemmtnelag Boaday .February 8th,
MONDAY THE MIKIDO
TUESDAY THE PBIKCEUI IDA
. (First time. in Memphis.)
Wednesday... ...The Three Black Clou ha
Thursday.. Tha FIratea of Pen a an ee
The sale ot seats will commeno Friday,
Xe BOal.aVa TU EATER.
IUtitv Waub, tieneral Manager.
Another Broadside of Attrtetluns !
Billy Pierce, the t'hamploa BanJaUt
Atlek asad Ida (Jaunnlnaa. .
And a Host nf Others. Popal ar Prices.
llfANTCn Men of ability witb
V'JMll I til""" to 1100 capiUlasagei
in good towns, to sell the CelebraJ
Kiinnrinr L'lothea Vi rinier on the in
stallment Plan. First elaas paying busl
bcm. Particulars free.
HATf.KY WRfNUKR CO . t-t T.onln. .
TEKR One yellow and white steer,
i i , ....... M. ... tn&rk,. iwallnw-
lerV n left snonth orop In right.
IINIOy STOCK YARt. A iThTILIZFR. .
OMS Two furnifhed rooms. Apply at
101 St. Martin street.
TOOMS One or two rooms. mrnisnea or
Ji unfurnished, for two f entlomen, or lor
liirht housekeeping. 150 BfcALEbl.
STORE AND RESIDENCE At upna s
Sution, fifteen miles from Memphlf, on
the L. and N. K. R.. a store and seat resi
EDMUND OBHILL. Bond s. Tenn.
RESIDENCE Two-story brirk residence,
souihwent eor.Seoond and fcxihange, in
firstclus repair; t rooms. Apply on prem
ROOM A nicely lurmshed room lor one
ortwogentlemcB, io a private family.
RcferwKCi.. Address VANCE 6T-. Appeal.
Apply at U Hernando street.
ROOMS-Fumifhed rooms for gentlemen
and light bogjjeemng. at Ufa Court at.
XX. L A i.ply on the premiws before noon.
. . - ... ..... t T- VT JTVITT
ACRES -Fire mile; out Poplar
street roaa. r . vym,
04C POPLAR STREET Cottage, sevea
Sin APPly to J0H REID.
2RO0Mj-En suite, Lee Block, third floor
front. Apply at No. Madisca t.
DESIRABLE orPICEoh-btore-roooj no.
der Tennersee OlTib in South Court St.,
and fnur a bees on Second street oi'PosiU the
J, L. G00DL0E, 3i Madison it.
FOR SALE OR EXCBytKGB.
FOR City Property, small Farms. 6 anile
trom eity. Old Raleieh road : will sell oa
FOR RENt' OELEtK.
HOUSB General Lea Iloaee, corner ef
Front and Overton street, after Jan-
TDONY Frldsy n'ght. at dark, a bty mare
JL pony, about 14 heads biihi hind feet
white! soars on baek and rliht shoulder A
liberal reward for her retuta to 46 North
2WMTB COWS-nne with rope arjund
bead, tt reward for thir return to R.
B. BARTON, near Cnrre, Herrando roai.
BROWN M ARB MULS-Aboat tea yean
old : long hair. Strayed ea night of !
eeanb r2Sth, from BenJnaiown. Liberal re
word tor hev reture to W. H. KRLLY,
I 11 "
'L. STEVENS wishes Miss Mollie Do
hrt to rep 'rt at No. 4ft Manassas street.
MB. TBE.EVANT, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, kaxioe aad Commercial Notary
Public, Comuiitwoner of lieeds and U. t.
Commissioner, k- the eld office, Nn. a Madi
son mreot. COLLECTIONS KPBCf ALTY.
A., YONB Wishing the services of Topp's
Band should apply at 74 VANCE ST.
C1ISTERSS Built and repaired: and
J warranted; also, brick-laying. Offlceili
Madison it., or telephone WX.
PIANOS AT FIRST COST-Only a few
more lelt. all at once if ou want a
b.rgain. h'. A. BKNMlN'.S liSI'"! S'iOUB,
SID MkIii street, oppoaite Poabody H'iU-1.
QALOOS aki) FIXTDRKS Good location.
O For infornaiioa inquire at Iemp's office,
eorner Washington and Second streets.
AURAPIIONES AND MUSICAL CABI
NETS lust rooeived.
S. A. BENSON'4 MUSrC STORE,
ain iiroet.ppoahe Peahen Hotel. ,
A T NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 loU. 509
fet water fro .t,4t ft deep. For full
Inlormation address WM. A. DEAN.
SET OF BAND IHSTRUMKNTS Eight
pieoei att7&, less than half peine.
B. A. BENSON'S MUHIC BlfcRE.
SI 0 Main st-eet, oppoaite Peahcdy Motel.
O HKAD MULES AND HORSES- For
ZiO oa'h, or payable Ueptemoer U lKki,
with good security.
r M. PATTERSQ1 CO.
BARGAIN VILLA EDKN FRUIT
. u r. irouOT.li L' V i m U f,n i w
Raleigh P ke, A miloa frnm Briok Church,
Chelsaa; t acres No. I land, bouae 6 rooioa,
servants' homes, stables, barns, cribs, dtiiry
houMB, well and cisteru; also, 300 bushels
corn, hay and fodder, seed potatoes, turnips,
asparagus beds, hot beds aud sash, agricul
tural Implements, household and kitchen
furniture, cows, calves, horses, uiulos,
wagons and luruess. Apply on premise.
J. T. BKItLlN.
MARE-Ono Iron uray mare, 4 years olds
good roadster, and be tutifuuygaited;
also, harneta and road ea'ts will toll alto
getter or separate Inquire personally, or
by letter, to A. B, S., 64 Jones avenue.
FOR SALE L0W-.1atory brick. No. 40
Waahinston s treat, between Main and
FOR SALE LOW-Rosidonce ICO Third
street, eornor Washington, 3-story brick.
'w. A. WHEATLEY. Ml Moin.
P'ORSALB LOW 3 houses and loU sonth
enst corner Tate and Orleanr etreota.
Also, 3tf7 Fifth ilreet, near Georgia, lort
Also, good lota, Georgia and Seoond itreots,
Fort Pickering. . . . .
Also, houso, Dunlap and Court extended.
Alau, hou-e, LaKose and Clay streita.
Also, house, mce lots, Jaokaoo, near Her
Also, Urge lot, Dunlap and Uawloy.
Also, 102 and 104 on lienom, n..rth of Beale,
$l.V). W. A. WHEATLKY.281 Main.
ClllKAf S tioaa OI JIO. 1 inanvaiiuu
J MULES; they can bo eeen 1 1 buntlowor
Landiug uulil 1st of February. Ii, not sold
bofore Hint time they will lie mlu in i Mom
phis. Vnr particulars imiuin, at Taylor,
Duffin k Oo.'s, .'01 Front .i-mh, 'rfrotn
THOB. F. UUFFM & H -0.,
ut ih tinliug.
HOKSE-A sale, reliable family buggy
hoiso one well known to the oitiiens
of Memphis. Apply at too liverv stable of
POSTS Cedar fencingposta lor aa'e by
W. R. LARK1 L.irkinleAJa.
TWS OLD TIEN ISLAND In sight of
1. Memphis; 1500 acres, ot whlcb about Ju
cloared and very rich land. A bargain can
be secured by "'i''i''B,0BIlTAV A 0.
TBNNBS3KB! STATS CERTIFICATS
R, siv- and at! rtva to the
RtaU. fVW,W,TfN t UWrBVHNOR.
nTTAllIZ Cir thrum nr fttnt rMllDI ailita-
ble for hnoaekoop'Pg Aaqress.i, Appoai
1MMKDIATELY lly a young couple with
. out chillren, two anfuruiahod ruoail
n.iir liuwnil an J Adams, or would take a
three-room oottage not too far out. Terms
uiuat te reasonable. Kefrrenc". ttato
price and looality. PROMPT PAY, Appeal.
" Tl)Tn..llr. irlrl wanted at No. 118
J Wa?hington atreet. White preferred.
TAN A steady, honest, aober mon lor
lvj.cahisr anrt to keep aaniauaet Ol singie
entr' hooks. One that suit and fill the
bill will secure a permanent .situation that
he oan hold lor yeara. saury io per mon in.
The psirty apply ng will answer in his own
hand-writing. Giro rofcrences and address
InVEUYBODY-To call andio tho celo
U brated Gypsy Clairvoyut at 177 Third
street, near I'oplar,
WORK-By a sober, Industrious whits
man of large family on a otton plauta
tion ; fifteen years experience and good city
T. M., titi Commerce street,, city.
SITUATION By capable and industrious
man. References. Address
X C. ii., Appeal office.
rpilREE YOUNG LADIES To serve at
J- the Woman s juonang. appiy won
da. February 1(1, at the Exchange, 297
Second street, between the hours ef V a.m.
and 1 p.m.
""O ADVANCE MONEY On household
property, without removal. Address
P. 0. tox 18.
AGENTS In every sectinn or the eonntry
fortwo New Books, jest ready. Srjcui.
Trrhi to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. . State experience, age
and territory wanted. tJASSsCLL A CXI.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N, 1.. and 40 Dear
born street, Chicago.
SITUATION As housekeeper; oan furnish
.references. Addreas L. A.C., this office.
SALESMEN la every Slate in the nr Ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
BraciAi.Tus tha tare popular and easy sell
ing. Can re handled alone or in eonnecti-n
with other goods. Addrea TUH WM. B.
PRICE MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate her
self with a responsible house and rep
resent it in her own locality. Good salary
to riahtparty. Position permanent Vefe'
eneea. exchanged. (MY & BROTHERS, 16
1 '.arc lay at.. New York.
TWO Responsible Canvasser to solicit
orders tor enlarged copies if family
.pictu'e; will pv the rifrht men salariea.
AMERICAN ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION, 21
West Court Street.
MEN AND WOMEN To start a new busi;
ness at their homes ; can be don even
ing and learned in an hour; any person
making less than 10c to 50o an hour should
send loo at once for apackage of samples of
goods, and 24 working sample wlormulas)
to commonoe on. Adores
ALBANY SUPPLY CO , Albany. N.Y
SOLICITORS First-class lady and gentle
men solicitor to represent an association
recently organised in the interest ol educa
tion. Will pay (alary and commission. Ad
dreas or call at K. SIEWAKT,
Room 5, Fransioln H"U'e.
TRAVELING and City Salesmen, regu
larly employed by wholesale bouses, to
carry one-half ounce (ample (on em mil
lion) of new article in use in all buaines
houses. No samples will be sent unless ap
plicant sends card of house renresented by
him. H. W. Suvens, 165 JNortk Clark St.,
Chicago. III. -
A GENT-Liberal terms; for lull partiou
iars address GEO. W. WOOD WORTH,
S3 Olive street. Mt. Louis, mo
-trsfn M KB Young and eld, to bring
1U UU their Old Clotbe to RosensUin k
Bra. and bar them renovated. 28s Main
and lo JeOerson
yOU Ml LADIKB lu eity or ooontry to
work for n U their home t fatacinat
ing emplojment ; ae instruction! to buy;
work oi n b sent by mail (distanoe no obiee
itonlt tti 'to I" per week can be mad. No
canvassing. Particular free, or sample of
work nitiled f r four cents In stamps. Picas
addres ROME MANUIACTUfoiNfl CO..
itoiua, Man. F, 0, sz Mi.
200 itsalmere acd
Oiher PaaU Patterns
Taeiday, Febraary M, at 10 o'rlock.
At S3 Union street.
A . M. BT0DTARP. ani-lc-ev.
D Ola Black Nowfoundland dog Return
to ti Alabama treet. Liberal reward.
SETTER A Hack and whit setter dog,
with brown bead. A liberal reward for
bis return to St. Martin street
FOR NAJLK OR RENT.
FARMS Several fin (arm ia Arkaasa
and Mississippi on very easy terms and
low price. Address
H.J. M A RTISj Memphis, Tenn.
If ike MTty whe has la hi peseeailon a
CHILD'S BRACE tor the body, which wu
boa tied him en (ha eoraaref Vaaoe and Main
sweets, will retarra it U 5Js Main street, he
Will be libera Iv rsvvrJrsl.
BOOK AMI ItOAJUl
OARD And comfortable room.
SA MON HIIK "T.
00D RO;.s With board; day boarder
VJ accommodated; transients also so-
olilted, at 306 Mous i struct. .
PLKNPID front reoia with board, fur-
ntshe i or.nDlnrni-heil, at 117 Linden at.
OAKDVith excellent room.
121 AMII rTKBKT.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without board, at 137 Madison at.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
witheut beard, at tM Madison street, cor-
ROOMS Front and back rooms, ea suit
er single, with board, at 72 Msdisoa St.
QI. JAhtUS UOUSM-Oor.Beeead and Ad
O am it. Kevta and board IS per week ;
day board, tt SO,
This will be the greatest bargain
week ci the sjeaeon at
HUNTS B BBOV.
. All of our winter ipvxJa wuat be
closed oat. 1 We are compelled to
on ako room for our Spring stock,
therefore we make prices that will
iiienre immediate aale iu all de
partments. HOSIERY! HOSIERY J
MiftW fine Cash ere Hose, 6 to
8, at 25c ; former prine, 60n.
MiHBeti' French Ribbed Iloee, 5.
to 8, 5o.
Mibbos' Solid Go!or Uoap, white
heels and toee, 0 to 8 Jc. 20c.
Luiies' Merino Ililc, gray and
brown, at 25c.
Ladies' Lamb Wool Hobo, ST. o.
In fact, we have marked every
thing in our Hosiery etoik down
t almost iialf piice.
DRESS GOODS! DRE5S GOODS!
In this department we have
spared nothing, have marked gnjda
at ruinous piicna.
44-inch AH-Wool Plu'sf 4 jc, re
duct d from 80b.
42-inch AH-WojI Plaid 37c, re
dured float 65c.
60-inch Ladies' Cloth 50c, reduc
ed f "om !)0e. '
27-inch 8cr?e 10c.
Iramenne uvortinnnt of Dress
Goods, 12e, 15c and 20c; aboat
half their lormer price.
Flannels, Casslniere.s and Blankets''
Cassiimerfl for men's and boys'
wear (5c, reduced fiom SI.
CaEixi meres for meiTs and boys'
wear 47c, reduced from 75c.
Special barotitis in White Flua
nels. Special barfrains in Scarlet Flan
'ntl:. Special bargains in Pnokelf.
Special bargains in Comforts.
Wool and Merino Caderwear
jieotleinen's, Ladles' Mil
Gentlemen's fancy Wool Under
w ar $2 ; former price, $3 50.
Ladiee' 8cail-t Wool Ucdarwear
2 26 ; former price, f4.
Ladiev.' Meriuo Veati 85c ; former
price, $1 35.
Alt goods marked down in same
pmportioD all through the stock.
Bargains in Ladies' Cashmere
Bargains in Buttons.
Bargains in Ribbons.
CLOAKS 1 CLOAKS!
To appreciate the great bargains
that we are offering you must come
and see them.
DOMESTICS AND SHEETINGS.
This week will be a bargain
week in this department. Four
cases yard-wide Bleach Muslin 7o,
worth 10c ; 2 casealO 4 bleach Sheet
ing, eztnt quality, at 19o; 2 cases
10 4 preferred Linen Sheeting in
remnants from 3 to 4 yards at 17.0,
worth in the piece 25c. Just re
ceived 2 cases more of those cheap
Check Nainsook remnants at 8c,
wo.th fully 20c. One thousand
o.ber bargains for this week.
Telephasaa Xiaberilaa; far tloar
Moody and Kankey Singing Books.
1500 at 6 cents, 600 from 10 to 75
cents, a', E. F. Wills A Go's.
Seals at Ellis'. SHS Bala fttreel.
Godstauw A lliteta.
This popular honse is doing an ex
tensive business. It receives valuable
jewelry as collateral fir loans, and ad
vances more liberally on such articles
than any other dealers. They al way
have a good stock on hand, and sell
very low. They are liberal and relia
ble, and always have desirable goods
to select from.
Choc-To! Choc-To! ,
steal at EllU'a, 8M Mala Hlreet.
The rrcttle-t Shoes
For men, women and children can be
had at J. M. Hill & Co.'s, whose new
stock is very large. The goods sold by
this firm are all of excellent qoulity,
and are told very cheap. Call and ex
amine tbem. In quality and price they
are bound to please. No. 338 Main is
Choc To! Choc-To!
Telepheae Haberllac for Blotter
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladles' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 68 Jefferson-street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods receivd by exproou
Chech" HrUl' for aTltae
CTI-iXGE OP FIB .'.
Begin to-morrow (Vfondsy) a
Great Terminal Ing Rule
of their entire stock in order to deter
mine a partner's
INTEREST IN THEIR BUSINESS,
who retires on account of ill health.
This grand sale includes every de
scription in the eetablidlnnet.t, and
will be without parallel in tho hiBtory
o! the Memphis drv goods trade. All
goods will be aaciifJced in the face cf
Cloaks, Bla iketa, Flannels and Cloth
ing being already marked at such ex
traordinary low prices, that we adopt
for this aale a
of 10 per cent, off o! lowest marked
prices oa all winter goods, which
All fllaaka ad Wraps.
All Waal Vaderwear.
All ClothlB aa Hal.
AU.Ulaakeia aad Flaaael.
All Woelan Dreaa Vaoda.
All Velvets aad Brax-adea.
All Uoalery aad Fabric suioves.
This is a terminating sale in the full
est meaning of the word. The stook
must be sold, in the firm of Menken
B others, agents, will be changed on
acco ant of a partner retiring.
IllusM-iitliig tho DlHOOiint.
Take, for instance, a c'oak which
had been ua-ked ut $25, which is now
reduced to f 15. This cloak to-mortow
will be 10 per cent., less than $15,
which ia $13 60. The aaiue rule pre
vtvls with all the goods above enumer
tred, and also in
THE CARPET DEPARTMENT
(ilass and Qucensnare DeimTtinent.
A carpet which whs sc 1.1 for $125
now reduced to $1, o morrow will be
10 per cent, less, or Ojo.
So as to make the sale ncceptablo to
every individual iu the community we
Cednce the Pried of Dres9maklnfj
during this sale Go'.h and wool
dresses will be made for $10, silk
dresses for $12. It is needless to add
that the work will be up to our usual
higa standard. We will furnish
handsome clct ti dresses
Hade to Order Tor $23.
This unprecedented and remarkable
Terminating Sals will continue during
A itrange coincidence is the arrival
of all our importations tf
WHITE DRESS GOODS
at the tame time tha. the partner's
withdrawal was determined. Not
$30,600 worth of thcue goods
will bs placed oa sale to-morrow.
At 6c, a Inble of Hamburg.
At 7 Jo and 10c, thoutaads of pieces of
At 17c tj 30c, wide Hamburg, and
At 40o t 60c, Flonnclngs and Skirt
Over 20,000 pieces of Embroideries
AU new patterns, Just received. .
This is the season when thoughtful
and prudent Udies prepare for the in
evitable. No maltjr how cold and
disagreeable the weather may.now be,
spring is coming, when new garments
of all kinds will be required. Children
must have changes; n'l m uht have
changes. So, Id conjunction with
Sale of Embroideries,
we shall offar our 'entire stock of
SUPERB WHITE GOODS
at prices that will please.
7.c, no, 10c will bay Plain and Checked
8c and 10c will buy Cambrics nnd
12Jc aid 15o will buy Plain and Plaid
In fact,whatever you should need in
White Golds you can find to-morrow
at bargains nn beard of. We shall
alio, to make thingi very interesting
and prolittble to buyers, offer at low
prices full lines ot
Standard Bleached Sheeting.
Standard Bleached Shirting.
Standard Bleached Domestic
Standard Irlsth Linens.
Standard Loom Damask.
Standard Towel & Napkins.
N. B. Menken's Suitings and Japan
ese Goods for parties, also now lot of
Begin to-morrow a special clearing
. sale cf '
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
French Kid Gloves.
At $1 25 -All our best 8 and 8
button Mousqnetaires, street
and evening shades, va'ne
At 67c All our 4 and 6-button
Kidp, formorly $1 25.
At 25o-Evenlng and White Kid?,
At 00c-Genta' best $1 50 Kid
We are ile a rents in Memphis for
t ia sale t f
Foster's Gonnlne Kid Gloves.
SnoBT Ends Embroideries at Gold
auttith's. Ir for your lit'ls folks yon fan be
speak, take them to see Reed's "Hum
bug" once this week.
KEAdI HEAD I BEAD !
SHORT END3 OF
1.51 11 KOI DEUI KS
At Manufacturer' Coat at
I. GOLDSMITH A BKOS.
U1S Malu Street.
We have again secured the control of
SHORT ENDS EMBROIDERIES,
G insisting of two casei Edgings iiid
Inserting?, 1 t3 4J yurilB in length,
nornpru-iug Hamburg, Swiss uud Irie-h
Point. Also, Short Eads of Rufll ug?,
Pulling and Tucking, and we invito
the public t give us an early call to
secure the blggeet
Bargains of the 'Da).
Boys, girls, pen, women, old and
young, say Reed's songs are the fun
niest sung. ,.
Chco ToI Choo-To!
rJnoRT Ends Embroideries at Gold-1
GERBER aV METTE
Special eu'a of
Hoaday, Tuesday anil Wedaeaday.
1500 pieces of Embroideries, ele
gant patterns, good quu'ity.at
ASTOtfMHISQ LOW PRICKS.
1 1-4 inch wide - do
2 to 2 1-4 inch wide, - 10 c
3 to 3 1-4 Inch wide, 12.0
3 1-2 inch wide, - 14 o
3 1-2 inch wide, .... lOjo
4 inch wide, 20 o
4 1-2 inch wide, 22.o
4 1-2 to 6 inch wide, - 25 c
120 d0E. CREPE TOWELS,
45 Inches long by 2(1 inches wide,
at $2 60 per doien.
Henday, Tueeday aad Wedaeaday.
GERBER fc METTE.
207 Mala Street.
Oil Meal, '
W. J. CHASE k CO.
Biad Goldsmith's card.
Are always desirable, bat in cold or
rainy weather they are absolutely
necessary. Where to find the beet of
boots and shoes is oae of the points
on which all go id citizens should be
come posted. Thoie who have been
purchasing of Adler Bros. fc Co. bave
decided that to be the best place for
the purpose. The variety is great,
tbe prices are low, and the people of
the store give great care to their
Stylo, dress and beauty ladles like
l P,.l lilln Kn' it V-,,1.
fashion gives tho key. I
B. LO WENSTEIN BROS'
Great Se Mnnnal Mark Down
Sale Is Tkelr
SIS OOO Worth ef Khaea OtTered
at Lisa rrleee Tbaa Was
Ever la ae w a Bafera,
This sale Is not tor one day, but ,
a'l prices quoted below will be
maint lined during tbe week.
X0TE OCR PRICES CAREFULLY.
Women's Pebbled Go it (hand
sewed), $3 75.
' Women's Pebbled Goat, Welti,
Women's Pebbled Goat, machine,
Wo en's Pebbled Gc a', machine,
Women's Pebbled Grain, ra'chue,
Women's French KM, Turns,
LjuisXV heel, r 60.
Wo.ufcn'e B a:k Katin, $3 60.
Women's Drotxt Kid, $1 60.
Women's Bengoiu baud-sewed
and chamols-llned, $4 45.
Women's Our Kid. welt, $3 5V
Women' French Kid Opera Too,
Women's French Kid Common
Sense. $3 (10.
Won eu's Uuracoa Kid, $1 65.
M hubs' Pebbled Goat, welts, six is
1,1. aad 2, $2 50.
Miasea' Pebbled Goat, machine,
slreel, H and 2. $i 25.
Miasea' Peobled Goat, all slew,
M sees' Pebbled Grain, $1 15,
Misses' Cuta oa Kid, $1 65.
Women's French Kid Slippers,
beaded, t-'l 15.
Women's Undressed Slippers,
beaded, $2 U.
Women's Newport BnH.Mi and
Oxford Tie), Ionia XV heel,
Wnmnu'i ra la Slippers (alt
thadtwi), hall price.
Women's Aligatnr Toilet Slip
pers, $; 60.
Children's Goat Button, with
IifI, als 7 1)10. $105
Children's Gnat Buvtoo.with heel,
nizee4 to?i,$l 20.
Chilireu's Goat. Hulton.with heel,
siccsSto 10, $140.
Children's Gout Button, spring
heol, sir. 4 1) 71, $1 10.
Children's Goat Button, spring
heel, sis 8 to 101, $1 35.
Boys' Genuine Ca:t Uong.,s!z;s 1
to 6, $2 25.
Boys' Genuine Calf Balmoral,
Boys' Genuine Calf, But'ua, alias
2 to 5J, $2 25 and $205.
Bovb' Genuine Calf Boots, sisas 1
to 5, ti 20.
Yonths' Genuine Calf Bals., sfs s
11 to 2, $105.
Youths' Genuine Calf, Button,
sizes, 11 to 2, $175, $2 20 and
Youths' Genuine Cu'I Boots,
sims 10 to 13, $175.
Butanco of Gents' Embroidered
lioat and Aligatnr Siippora at lees
100 Bin (Jooney Mufle at $1.
A job lot of Men's Cotton Half
Hose. In fancy stripes and solid
Ingrain colors, full regular made,
and worth 60 cents a pair. We
c tier them in packages ot three
pairs for 75 cents.
A job lot of Misses' Fine Fleece
Lined Cotton Hone, solid ingrain
' colors, all sines, 25 cents per pair.
GREAT DRIVE. .
Three hundred doien Ladies'
White All-L nen 2-inch Hem
stitched Handkerchief at 20
cents each, worth double the
Just received : Our first Invoice
of Hamburg Embroideries, our
own direct importation, new de
signs, from 21 cents upward.
II. LOWLNSTEIJi & BROS.
Short Ends Embroideries at Gold
Lauodtsr for health is what you
need; you'll bave it, toj, by seeing
I. GOLDSMITH fc BROS.,
319 Main Street.
In Addition to Onr
GREAT 8ALE of EMBROIDERIES
We wlUput on sale:
The first case of our celebrated
40-inch INDIA LINEN at 10c a
1 case White Union Lawn at 5c,
2 cases 4 4 Al Bleached Domes
tic, 14 yards for $1.
2 cases 10-4 Sheeting ft 15c a
2l0 pes Indigo Blue Calico, fast
cilnr, new designs, 14 yards for $1.
3 esses new Shirting Calico, best
quality at 5c a yard.
25 pes Bleached Pillow Casing at
10c a yard.
200 pes new Shirting Pert-ales at
10 and 121c. '
100 pes Dress Ginghams, pretty
patterns, at 5o a yard.
200 dor.. Lace Pillow Sbnmsat
60o a pair.
We will also exhibit an ele
gant line of
At prices tbnt will bar all com
petition. 2C0 Junto a'as Crochet Quilts,
wor'.h $1 50 a i iecfl, at only $1 each
Johnston fc Wood,
The practical jewelers, are doing an
extensive business in repairing, be
sides selling jewelry and watchee, and
manufacturing goods to order. It is a
reliable house, and flue jewelry and
watches should be sent to them when
mostrs ore needed, Tbey are at 413
THE OLD RELIABLE
OF HARTFORD, CT.
A New Departure.
A Life Pillcy Which Will Satisfy
Everybody. No Burdensome Coa
dltlsoa. Cheapest Liberal
Policy Yt t Issaed.
Non - Forfeiture Provisions.
Cost of Insuranro Loss Than irr
luy Order or Society.
Canh Assets January 1, lStW.......J.Ut7.(K8 00
Cash Kurplts January 1, 1886 S,Ci,8S8 00
Claims Paid lo 18H5 8H1,I)12 00
Total Claims Paid in 22 years 8,115.1100
Ho. ol Life Policies written to date, 44.800.
All Clainii paid Immediately oa receipt of
For further information apply te
Uarx & Bensdorf,
10 Madison Street, lUemVlilw..
KAHN fc FREIBERG.
16, 171 aad 17S Mala St.
Great bargains this week ia all
departments from a late rail oid
wrwar. K'ack Ottoman Bii.de
Ktlk.DV, woi'.hH 60; Blk Cash
m re, all wool, 35c, worth 50o; Blk
Cash mere, all woo), 60c, worth Coo;
Blk Caahmsre, all wool, 75c. worth
1 1 ; Blk Cashmere, all wool, extra
line, as heavy as Henrietta cloth.
8()p, worth $1 25; Gray Silk and
Wool Dress Goods, "Oa, worth 40c;
White Checked Muslin. Gc, worth
10c; White Checked Muslin 121c,
Great bargains this week in
WHITE IRISH LINEN. .
White Irish Linen, 35o per yard,
worth eOc; White Table Cloth 45u
per vard, worth UOo ; K'egaut White
u'jfe Linen 60.-, worth 75c ; Look
at our Turkey Red Table Cloths,
60.-, worth 75c ; Long Linen Roller
Towels 30c, ra ly made, worth 60c
apiece. Something nice for the La
dies: Extra Long CI) u mo is Skin
di m to bha;h their hands, Mos
quolaire Gloves 35a a pair.
SHOES! SUOES1 SHOES!
To do yourself jui-t'oe you must
411 on Knbn t Freiberg and buy
your slioeo from late bankrupt and
and sample sale fio u Philadelphia,
wtiich will astonish tho natives.
We will sell shoes for$l; will oost
yon $1 60 elsewhere; for $1 60 we
sell shoes wo fi $2 60; ''$2 50 we
sell Lit lies' French Kid Shone,
worth $5; Men's Calf Kkln Boots
$2 60, worth $6; Men's Button,
Lace mid tin1 tern, $2 5), worth ft).
1 These goods are hi anufauturers'
as in pies. They are the best. Call
early, as our at ore is always
crowded. Elegant Bleached Do
mestic 6c, worth 71c; New Ging
hams and Embroideries to ma'ch
for aprons; Cloaks for 'Ladles,
Mioses and Children.
P. S. At Half Price. Do yea
need clothing? It will pay you
to call on
KAHN at FREIBERG.
Corner Malu aad Poplar St.
For neanllfnl Ball fell ta-Prlereef
t'aabloaable Sorts at Eve
The famous New Bennetts, tf per
Mareclm' Neil, $5 per doisn.
Perle dee Jardins, $3 per dee so.
Nipbetcs, $3 per doien.
Assorted Tea Boies, $1 50 per dozen,
Caiuellas (white and red), $3 50 per
Violet, $2 50 per 108.
Write or telegraph early, as orders
must be filled in tarn as received.
J. J. CRt'SMAN,
Proprietor Evergreen Lodge,
SMini k McGRATII,
Flaiabers, Oa aad Steam Fltlera
Ho. 100 Poplar Street.
Attention is directed to this firm,,
whose work is alwavs done aeuttv
and substant ally. In noother branch
of business Is it so necessary fir go id
work as in plumbing and tilting, ibis
firm charges very low prices, gives-
prompt attention to orders and gives
satit fiction. They are in the eld
s'aad of J.J? Doyle, and their tele
phone is No. 731.
Read Goldsmith's card.
This people grow with pleasurejfat,.
Reed's "Humbug" gaily laughing. at.
Wright's Hat Stsre, ..
Under the Peabody Hotel, is supplied
with a very superior stock, embracing
everything new and pretty in the way
of but ', cap and furs. All who want
tbe most appropriate headgear for win
ter should call at this house, where
they will find excellent new goods and
accommodating salesmen, giving good
fits and sellfng low. ,
Ko-xo, like Reed, beats 'coffee and
beats tea; if you doubt this, then.
"Humbug" go and see.
Read Goldsmith's card.
"Hi'MMia" is not a rare commodity,,
but Reed's surpasses all for oddity.
Tbe organ put np to re Ills for my
bene lit will not take place, as I caonot
sell sufficient tickets to warrant it. All
who wish their money returned for
tickets sold by me numbers rangingr
Whole (red (tickets, from 1 to 150; half
(green) tickets, from 1 to 2C0-by pre
senting ticket money will be refunded
by me, at 412 Pontotoc street. Alt
other number sold apply it Prsf
Beedee, old Moairt Hall, Second
street Good for thrrtv davs.
MRS. ROSB P. THOMPSON.
Jaaoaar 31, 1M6.
Telephone Jlaberllne; far Nlamps.
At 39 and 41 Jefferson street you
can always find tbe freshest and best
of rmrt'p, btsiiJes tith. chicksnj, vege
tables', ecg, etc. Mr. Fuchs looks
closely after the quality of meats end
game and lends out only what fe
known to be good.